KONSORTIUM LOGISTIK BERHAD (KLB), was incorporated 25 years ago as a container haulage company with a modest fleet of 15 prime movers and
60 trailers serving only the northern states of Peninsula Malaysia, with Penang as the hub. Recognizing the growing demand for logistics services in the
region, KLB then expanded its operations to serve the Port Klang and Pasir Gudang hinterlands in tandem with increasing demand for containerization in
the country. KLB was popularly know as Konsortium Perkapalan Berhad or "KPB" during the early years and subsequently changed its name to "KLB"
after it made its debut on Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad (BMSB) on 19 January 1996.
Known in more than 20 countries in the world through partnership with local and foreign associates, Konsortium is one of the leading integrated logistics service providers
offering a complete range of solutions in:
At Konsortium, we strive to be your responsive partner; to provide you the most effective logistics solutions in the supply chain.
We design and implement optimized solutions in the following core areas:
- industrial manufacturing;
- power projects; and
- Other industrial / infrastucture projects & services.
Some of our achievements include:
- freight forwarding, shipping and chartering;
- shipping agency;
- oil & gas;
- container haulage;
- free commercial zone and;
- other logistics related services to complement the supply chain.
- opening of pre-delivery inspection (PDI) facility that encompasses the storage of the new vehicles and performing car inspections before sending the vehicles to dealers;
- shipment of 3.23 million tonnes of bulk coal from Australia, South Africa and Indonesia to four coal fired power plants in Malaysia;
- delivery of teaching equipment to 766 schools within Malaysia and Information & Communication Technology (ICT) and networking equipment to 118 schools within Perak and Pahang;
- shipment of 12.05 KM of 11KV 3-core submarine cables, complete with accesories from Norway to Port Klang for the Pulau Ketam project;
- handling the transportation by sea and land of one unit gas turbine with a weight of 689 tonnes, with accessories from Japan to Port Dickson, Malaysia;